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PremierLeague-News.Com- The court heard the woman smashed in a security door with a brick
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! A 43-year-old woman has pleaded guilty to breaking into a Cambridge primary school and assaulting a teaching assistant. Jazmin Hunter-Rowe, 43, of Wulfstan Way, Cambridge, pleaded guilty to all of the charges against her at Cambridge Magistrates' Court this morning (Thursday, August 4). Hunter-Rowe was charged with using violence to gain entry to St Paul's Primary School in Coronation Street, assault by beating, and criminal damage. The court heard how Hunter-Rowe initially tried to get into the school by climbing over a fence, leaving children in the playground "scared and frightened". It was explained in court she stopped when she was asked to, but then smashed in a security door by hitting it with a brick around 13 times. The school's head teacher had locked the door and called police but Hunter-Rowe was able to climb in through the broken glass. READ MORE:Second man charged in connection with murder near Peterborough of Mihai Dobre Teaching assistants restrained her and removed the brick from her hand, but she scratched the neck and back of one of the assistants, drawing blood.
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. Throughout the incident, Hunter-Rowe repeated her children were in the building, but she in fact had no children at the school. She wholly believed this to be true and that her children were going to be murdered as she was suffering an episode of psychosis, her defence team said. They added that there were drug and mental health issues at play. Magistrates described the incident as an "unusual case", adding that there are "clearly issues that need to be addressed" before sentencing. Hunter-Rowe is due to be sentenced on September 1. READ MORE: Cyclist punched in the face and 'threatened with a knife' in brutal Cambridge robbery Police in 'high speed pursuit' crash into Cambs storefront Wisbech man jailed for attacking brother with metal pole and shouting 'I’m going to kill you' Drink-driver caught five times over the limit with child in car Cambridgeshire residents scammed out of £23k by fraudsters posing as police officers